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Power BI showing Dollar Sign for GBP since last update

Since the last power bi update, English (United Kingdom) is showing the dollar symbol..

 

Any ideas on how to fix it?

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Re: Power BI showing Dollar Sign for GBP since last update

I had to change this in windows settings in order to get it to work, resetting, reverting and reinstalling power bi had no effect.

 

I had to go to Time & Language -> Region -> Additional date, time and regional settings -> Change Date time or number format -> Additional Settings -> Currency -> Currency Symbol.

 

I do not know how this has changed, although I did install Windows 10 update 1803 recently.

 

 

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Re: Power BI showing Dollar Sign for GBP since last update

@nickdewitt interesting , it is correct for me, can you share what PowerBI version you are using:

 

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Re: Power BI showing Dollar Sign for GBP since last update

@parry2k hmm yeah I can see that other users in my org are not experiencing the same either, i'm using the MS Store version 2.70.5494.761 64-bit (June 2019).

 

I might just a try an uninstall/reinstall then to see if that sorts it.

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Re: Power BI showing Dollar Sign for GBP since last update

I had to change this in windows settings in order to get it to work, resetting, reverting and reinstalling power bi had no effect.

 

I had to go to Time & Language -> Region -> Additional date, time and regional settings -> Change Date time or number format -> Additional Settings -> Currency -> Currency Symbol.

 

I do not know how this has changed, although I did install Windows 10 update 1803 recently.

 

 

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